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in washington, keith? >> caller: hi, this is keith from seattle seahawks super bowl bound! boo-yah! >> how about those other teams. >> caller: washington. >> what are you? like the 14th man? >> caller: well, i'm one of the big 12 men. >> all right. good for you, man. i had to make that game lower, couldn't take it. it's too loud. what's up? >> caller: what do you think about visa? >> i think visa is ready! i cannot believe its stock. give me a break. i would sell mastercard and buy visa. that's how strongly i feel about the situation. and i do like the seahawks, but i want you to take a dive against the niners because i'm playing against russell wilson and marchand lynch. next we hear from companies that tell us about money-making opportunities between now and year end. remember, costco on weakness, autozone on weakness, the best two trades. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up -- rig repair? when it comes to the logistics for the toughest deep sea oil and gas finds around the globe, customers have turned here for 90 years. but rocky execution has put the stock in treacherous territory.
, thanks for asking, i have to give you a big old russell wilson seattle seahawks, not to be denied this year booyah. >> i was impressed. i have been impressed. going up against marshawn lynch and russell wilson this weekend in my fantasy league. i hope the niners come through. >> caller: you don't want to play us at home. >> no. i don't even want to go near that stadium. i don't want to go near the stock of the stadium, century link. i think it's a sell. go ahead. >> caller: thanks for your help. i served in the corp. >> huh? >> caller: keycorp. >> oh, i like key. i mentioned it positively this morning on "squawk on the street." why? my charitable trust owns it. we were looking at a guy that downgraded it and we were chuckling today. can i go to jerry in new york, please? >> caller: hi, jim, how you doing? >> real good. i just broke my nail doing this stupid -- it's a nice lightning round. when you break your nail it hurts. go ahead. it does. >> caller: big booyah from syosset, new york. >> i love syosset. >> caller: i like your opinion on wpx energy. wpx. >> yeah, boy, man, we hav
through the krispy kreme conference call and i read it again and i felt i was up against the seahawks. i couldn't understand it. it is impenetrable. i don't like impenetrable situations although i always invite ceos from impenetrable situations to come on the show. what happens when you confuse the market, until this resolution i suspect there could be more markdowns. it's shopping season after all so consumers should do some shopping. maybe you should buy some things that are on sale. "mad money" will be right back. >> coming back, tech turn around. did spite the debt for the pc, hewlett-packard is down a staggering 90% this year. will they continue to innovate and surge even higher? cramer checks the technicals when he goes off the charts. and later. clash on the catwalk, luxury retailer finch is the next player on wall street, but does he have enough flair to take on shares and what could dress your portfolio for success? plus, ready to refuel, natural gas changed the outlook for energy independence in north america and chances are it's using technology. after a steep drop on earnings
against the seattle seahawks. hopefully for something unlike the saints game plan actually works. suppose the jobs numbers -- what stocks do better? a higher rate environment? first, the banks. i have no doubt they'll get hit tomorrow and be bloody because they're a huge part of the s&p and there's a misperception about them. we've seen major downgrades of the bank, two alone for citigroup and one for morgan stanley. so before you think how easy this is, remember the downgraders -- well, as soon as the stocks get hit will reiterate the negative stance and someone will say, hey, it's bad for the banks because no one likes to give up a profit. everyone has the right to be wrong. i think these analysts will be wrong. that said, i know that banks do better when rates go higher. how do i know this? because jamie dimon explained it to me personally and he's the ceo of jpmorgan. in order to really get earnings to expand, he needs rates to go to 4%. that's right. you can raise earnings on the bank stocks starting tomorrow if this battle plan is correct. the analysts will most likely not do so. wh
from seattle seahawks super bowl bound! boo-yah! >> how about those other teams. >> caller: washington. >>> coming up -- rig repair? when it comes to the logistics for the toughest deep sea oil and gas finds around the globe, customers have turned here for 90 years. but rocky execution has put the stock in treacherous territory. is it time to scoop up this spec at a deep discount? >>> and later -- digital dollars, your cash is moving to the cloud and a new crop of companies are helping to transfer money around the world. but as more dollars are distributed online, which stock can help you collect? cramer's got the play. >>> plus, generating returns? winter's here. friends, family and inclement weather for most of the country. will consumers' demand for snowblowers and generators be the fuel? all coming up on "mad money." don't miss a second of "mad money." follow @jimcramer on twitter. have a question? tweet cramer, #madtweets. send jim an e-mail to madmoney@cnbc.com or give us a call at 1-800-743-cnbc. miss something? head to madmoney.cnbc.com. new business owner, it would be one thin
. >> you got the seahawks going for you and this. dress warm. >> exactly. >> thanks, ben. >> thank you. >> during the middle of that interview, somebody said with great authority when you're stoned, you don't feel the cold. i don't know if that helps at all. >> the u.s. economy added 203,000 jobs in the month of november. are we moving closer to the fed taper? chief economist jan hatzius is here after this quick break. [ music transitions to rock ] make it happen with the all-new fidelity active trader pro. it's one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. get 200 free trades when you open an account. . >>> sears has been trying to shed assets to turn the country around which reported a loss of over $500 million last month. and spotify is planning a free ad-supported version of its streaming services after previously charging. >> and tesla said a customer bought the car using bitcoin. >> i want to welcome kelly evans to the set. joining us whenever she feels like it apparently now. >> i had to crash in for the jan hatzius job discussion. >> joining us is the afor
. >> first, the seattle seahawks beat the new orleans saints on monday night football. the saints fell into a first place tie with carolina and the nfc south. >> right now, alex wilson joins us from the weather channel. >> hey, guys. good morning to you. we have to talk about snow into parts of the dakotas. billings, monday, rapid city, you're seeing the snow now. snow through montana, the dakotas, into wyoming and casper. this will extend all the way over into the minneapolis area as we go through the day today and tomorrow. through thursday morning, this is where the most impressive snowfall totals will be. so a lot of snow. coming along with that, very cold air, as well. today's highs, 10 in minot. 16 in billings. but tomorrow, we're in the low single digits in those same places. but thursday, high temperatures will be around minus 4 in minot, 3 in billings. friday, minus 7 in minot. minus 8 in billings. when we compare these temperatures to average lows, they're lower. the average low for denver is around 18 degrees. today's high, well above that mark in the upper 40s. but look at
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